Your hair is lifeless and your typical weekend includes avoiding the rain with a drink at your local or having a sweat sesh at the gym. Mother Nature, bring back the sunshine!
While a sleep-in and a good spray tan (for the ladies) may help mask the fact that many of us living in the UK are vitamin D deficient (at least, according to Dr. Google), we think a holiday to some distant sunny shores is in order. After a search with old mate Google, there it is – Egypt
2017You may have seen many wonders of the world, but seven wonders of Egypt should still blow your mind! Egypt has been a hot destination for travelers for decades. The mystic culture, ancient wonders and traditions crown Egypt with our unlimited attraction.
When booking your Egpyt tours, make sure you get to see every corner of every wonder of Egypt as they all provide remarkable and unique experiences. On my Egypt trip with Travel Talk, I also had the benefits of having a professional Egyptologist guide on our pack, Sam, who was wondrous himself! And now, seven wonders of Egypt: Read more…
Decisions, decisions, decisions. As quoted by St. Augustine; “The world is a book and those who do not travel, only read one page”. This is so true, right? 2017 is a new year with new travel ideas, itineraries and inspirations. The world offers the most weird and wonderful places just waiting to be explored by you. We’re sure that the more you travel, the bigger the travel bug bites and the larger your travel bucket-list gets.
We’ve composed a list of some ultimate ideas for you for 2017. Here’s Travel Talk’s 2017 Travel bucket-list.
Cairo is set on the Nile river, is the capital and largest city in Egypt. The city’s municipal area is the biggest in the Middle East and in the Arab world. For many, Cairo can seem like an initially bewildering experience; an intoxicating, bustling city, with narrow sandy streets and bazaars filled to bursting point with antiques and spices. For these reasons, it’s a good idea to know where to go when you first arrive in Cairo.
Here are 5 top things to do in Cairo.
The Christmas and New Year period offer unique experiences to ensure it will be one festive season you’ll never forget. It’s the perfect opportunity to travel to destinations that you’ve never been to, but have always desired to. For many of us, it is also a difficult time being away from friends and family, enduring an orphan’s Christmas and attempting to make an epic roast just like your mum, putting in that extra effort to feel like you’re not too far from home. But hey, life is short and the world is wide. Let’s make the most of it.
Christmas and New Year abroad means you have plenty of countries to explore which are different, unforgettable and exciting. Here are some Christmas and New Year options that may tickle your fancy.
Mysterious temples, vast deserts and intriguing, winding alleyways, lined with stalls and dusty shops…it is little wonder that our Egypt tours are such a popular holiday destination. For years, it’s been one of Africa’s premier tourist destination, thanks to its rich history and vibrant culture.
Egypt anyone? Travel Talk Tours take you to the core of Egyptian culture, antiquity and adventure. You will discover the remarkable ancient sites; uncover the treasures of Egypt; muse existence under the stars and relish in sunny days on the Red Sea coast. Words will never do Egypt or this tour justice; one merely has to experience it.
On a 9-day Felucca Odyssey tour you’ll get to be a part of a journey full of history, tradition and the greatest of the Nile on a Felucca!
Here’s an insider’s look into a Travel Talk tour to Egypt.
The ultimate travel bucket list for 2016 – Where to begin? It’s almost June, which means that the start of the prime season for impressive summer ventures throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle is about to commence. It’s hard to confine a selection of travel bucket list ideas because once you get the travelling bug, the list goes on, and on, and on. Travel is: fun, adventure, freedom, joyful, broadens the mind, feeds our soul plus more all rolled into one. It is one of our utmost treasures, and we should all have a travel bucket list. Here’s 10 ultimate bucket list ideas for 2016.
One of the top unforgettable experiences for many travelers is spending a night in the desert and a crucial element making it unique, is the culture that lies underneath. Nomads of the desert are originally known as Bedouins, the origin of the word Bedu- referring to someone living out in the open. With millions of nomads living in the deserts in Morocco, Egypt, Jordan and more around North Africa, they have developed their unparalleled lifestyle. So, you may enjoy similar experiences in Egypt or Jordan tours as well.
Joining the Adventure Morocco tour by Travel Talk, I had the chance to spend two whole nights in a traditional Bedouin Camp in the Sahara Desert. I exhausted myself riding a camel through the desert and joined a jeep safari. Both attractions blowing my mind, I found myself at the camp lying under the stars with a grin on my face! Here are several aspects of their lifestyle that I discovered on Egypt and Morocco trips I did.